In recent times, 1812 Brewing Company (OTC: KEGS) has made rapid strides in its goal to become one of the bigger players in the beer brewery space and yesterday, it was in the news following another key announcement.
The company’s move into the Canadian market received a major boost after it announced that it received a notice from the Liquor Control Board of Ontario. As a consequence, 1812 Brewing Company entered its application for the approval of the sale of its gold medal-winning War of 1812 Amber Ale into the system. The company announced yesterday that it had been chosen to move forward to the subsequent stage of the application process with regard to its product War of 1812 Amber Ale.
The decision to make an entry into Canada through the province of Ontario had been reached since the province is the biggest beer market in the country. In order to begin the entire process, 1812 BREWING COMPANY also hired the services of the Toronto-based Fire Beer Agency Ltd and also the LCBO.
In addition to that, not too long ago, 1812 BREWING COMPANY had also been in talks with Vancouver-based Beverage Concept Intl & Network Agency with regards to the distribution of War of 1812 Amber Ale in Alberta and British Columbia. The company announced recently that it had also signed a business-to-business distribution agreement that covered all five boroughs of New York and Winchester County.